LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire Hogwarts Clock Tower Castle Playset with Minifigures 75948
LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire Hogwarts Clock Tower Castle Playset with Minifigures 75948
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Take Harry Potter fans on a magical Lego Harry Potter adventure. Let them experience the charm of the Hogwarts Castle Clock Tower through this cool wizard lego set. It comes with 8 minifigures of Harry Potter characters, and iconic spots from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Let kids dive headfirst into a world of imaginative play and live out their favorite wizarding moments. Whether they're paying Dumbledore a visit or sitting at a Defense Against the Dark Arts lesson, they'll never want to leave their Lego Hogwarts! Have them warping through time as they reset the tower clock, or have a good time at the Yule Ball with the moving ‘dance’ function. Meet Delacour, Krum and Diggory with the rest of the gang and have a blast at the castle.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kingsleyshacklebolt from Great addition to Harry Potter LEGO collection My 12 yo daughter saved up and bought this to add to her other Hogwarts Lego sets. She built it quite quickly and has so far really enjoyed the neat features, such as the wind-up clock, the swirling dance floor, and the hospital wing. She really liked the classrooms (more space than the other sections of Hogwarts) and the expressions on the characters' faces. One note: she did say Hermione's 'feet' come off really easily when you put her down so prying these off with the prying tool is necessary. (i.e. don't lose your tool...). Overall a great set with loads of fun for HP fans!
Date published: 2019-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tariss120 from Great addition to Harry Potter line Great set and really enjoyable build. It is nice to see that LEGO expands their modular Harry Potter line, however that comes with slight negative- if you add all three modular sets together, it becomes little bit too long and look almost like 2d representation of the Hogwarts castle. It would be nice if LEGO expanded this modular line little bit into height and space, to bring the castle to more 3D dimension :) Also it almost dwarves the tower that comes with Great Hall, which is supposed to be at least twice as high according to the movies. But hey this is mostly play set. People that want more realism can always buy the whole Hogwarts Castle set, so all above is just minor thing. As standalone, this set is amazing
Date published: 2019-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent 9/10 The construction is quite straight forward, with the waltz feature being the unexpected surprise. The building is quite detailed. The only detraction is the 45 degree angle of some parts that make it difficult to attach to a basenplate as-is. A few modifications will fix that if one is building a massive Hogwarts Castle with these sets. If this is the final series for Lego Harry Potter, then they are going out with a bang. Excellent details, play features, and assortment of minifigures leaves little, if anything, to be desired. Compared to the first series of 2001, this wave of 2018/2019 sets are phenomenal.
Date published: 2019-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by jedielf1 from Amazing Addition to the Current Hogwarts Castle I was so happy in 2018 when Lego Harry Potter returned. Building Hogwarts Great Hall and Whomping Willow were such fantastic experiences. So many fun details and they really do put you into that universe. So when the Clocktower was announced I was just happy to get anything else to add to it. Honestly it does not look too impressive to me in the photos or on the box art. It is decent but does not really stand out like previous two. However, once I started building this my mind changed very quickly. This is built (like the Whomping Willow) in multiple sections that are modular like the Creator buildings. Once you have built each section you have lots of options on how you want to configure your personal Hogwarts for either play or display, or both. Each section of this particular set is unique and contains many of the wonderful interior areas of the castle including the bathhouse, Dumbledore's office and the DADA classroom. I love all of the little details that add to the Hogwarts ambiance. Also, more specific to a particular film is the ball from Goblet of Fire. The build and the dancing feature are actually very impressive as are the table and the Christmas tree. They really are quite fun and beautiful. Personally I wish this section was not so specific (same issue with the minfigs). That said, what has been done here is very, very nice. The exterior looks awesome on each section and all of it is fun to build. I actually had as much fun building this as I did "An Unexpected Gathering," which to date is my favorite Lego set of all time. I really cannot stress how fun the build is on this one. Little variances in the techniques keep it interesting, and seeing each of the rooms come together was just so rewarding. I like all of the minifigs in this for the most part. On one hand it is really nice to get the Yule Ball versions of these characters (something different). On the other, I think I would have preferred something else. Just personal preference here. Dumbledore, Harry and Ron look great. Cedric, the tall lady (sorry her name always eludes me) and Fleur are decent as well. Hermoine looks nice but her dress is an odd choice using a standard 1x2 with print for her legs and then a 1x2 plate for her shoes and to make her height appropriate. Neat idea.... A for effort and creativity but it looks a little weird to me. Viktor's torso is great, face acceptable, and bottom also fine. Using Finn's hair for him does not look right to me. I know this was chosen probably to keep cost down but maybe future Viktor's will look a little more like him in the hair and face dept. Overall I loved building this and the way it looks combined with my other Hogwarts sets. I am really hoping this trend continues with the "Modular Hogwarts" builds for many years in the future. I am just going to have to get a larger table to display it on! Keep up the good work Lego and PLEASE keep these Hogwarts sets comings. I know I am not the only one who is loving this. Now, if we can just get back to competing the Lord of the Rings line.........
Date published: 2019-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by faebum from Wonderfull Clocktower I love this Clocktower. i am not a harry Potter Fan, but i like the idea that you can connect this Clocktower with the other Sets from Hogwarts. here you receive a lot of nice minifigs. Some Legs of the minifigs i dont like, the could be made better. but overall you have nice minifigs in nice dresses. the Clocktower is fun to build. its pity that they are some stickers and not prints. you receive here a nice building..with some nice rooms with a lot of details. the dance table its a nice idea..and it looks good when the minifigs are dancing. If you are a friend of Castles..then buy this set
Date published: 2019-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Katr1nafjjbkffg from Impressive set! This set has some great examples of how the Lego team cleverly uses existing pieces to create new features and I enjoyed discovering all of them. Additionally, the printed clock face and bathroom window sticker are delightful installments. The clock tower's facade is impressive, and covers a sturdy, solid building that is a must-have to complete the Hogwarts grounds. It is apparent that the planning team did a good job of including all of the important rooms into each building. There are a good amount of figures to pose in the Yule ball. Amazing gift for Potter fans, but careful because it is extremely addicting! I was not satisfied until i had the entire collection. It looks amazing so far!
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by HPfan15 from Beautiful addition to Hogwarts As a fan of Harry Potter since the 90s, I feel like I have been waiting for a Yule Ball set my entire life. This one does not disappoint. It is a beautiful addition to the modular Hogwarts in this line, and is filled with great figures and rooms we haven't seen before. The exterior is intricately designed, and works well for display, but the interior has a really nice variety of rooms related to movies 3 and 4. I enjoyed the build of Dumbledore's office (it's finally round this time!), but it is a bit small. The DADA classroom is a really well-done spot that can be repurposed for whatever class you choose, It's also really nice to have this class and the potions class (in the whomping willow set) to give your minifigures a full schedule! The real treat for me, aside from the gorgeously detailed Youll Ball figures, are the hospital wing and the prefect's bathroom. We haven't seen either of them in lego so far, and they're both extremely detailed, but also leave enough room to still be "playable". The biggest improvement I noticed about this set is that the rooms are notably larger than those in the Great Hall tower. There is lots of room to play and also to really remodel rooms with your own scenes. I'm thinking of instialling a gryffindor tower into dubledore's office, or possibly using the pieces to create a library. Lastly, the variety of figures makes this a must-have for any Potterhead. YULE BALL HERMIONE! FINALLY! Also I love Dumbledore in the purple robes, Ron's detailed, but horrid robes, and Fleur's dress. I wish we would have gotten a Parvati, to take Harry to the Ball, but maybe she'll come in a minifigure set if Lego does Harry Potter Series 2. I absolutely recommend this set, and find that for the level of detail, size and figure assortment, it is well worth the price.
Date published: 2019-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by MSecaur from A Great Set for "Goblet of Fire" fans! With "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" being my favorite of the Potter films, I've been eagerly awaiting this set's release, and I am pleased to say I was not disappointed. LEGO has really outdone themselves, giving fans a set that does an excellent job of recreating the look and atmosphere of the film while also being a great addition to any of the existing Hogwarts Castle sets. As an experienced LEGO builder, the build went pretty quickly, roughly 2.5-3 hours, though I opted to build only the main Clock Tower and not the additional tower or Great Hall dance floor, finding them a bit cramped. That being said, the Clock Tower is an impressive piece both inside out, with a lot of nice architectural details that give it a gorgeous silhouette, and room for three fairly large rooms inside, courtesy of the piece's majestic height. While LEGO could have easily rehashed the same layout of 2004's Clock Tower, with this set, we’re given three brand-new rooms in Hogwarts (the Hospital Wing, the Prefect’s Bathroom, and Moody’s Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom), as well as a different take on Dumbledore’s office, a Clock Tower entrance hall, and a partial Great Hall with icy arches and a dance floor to represent the Yule Ball. While the rooms themselves could have been a bit deeper in my opinion, it’s the details that make them so special. In the Hospital Wing (which is located, to my delight, on the same floor as shown in the films!), we get two beds with green “sheets”, side-tables with lamps, and even curtains. The DADA classroom has a great blackboard complete with Moody's scrawly handwriting detailing the Unforgivable Curses, a nice desk with a quill pen and book, and a table full of Dark Detectors and other objects. Even the relatively bare Clock Tower entrance hall comes with a trunk (presumably to keep Mad-Eye Moody in!) and the Goblet of Fire itself. The secondary tower is disappointingly cramped, but still has some great rooms. The Prefect’s Bathroom is probably my favorite of all, with a bathtub, taps with flowing water, and even a mermaid “stained-glass” window, just like in the film. The partial Great Hall comes with two tables topped with movie-accurate icy centerpieces and a Christmas tree. And, while a bit small, Dumbledore's office has a new desk chair and desk, as well as some great stickers representing the arched room shown in the film. While the small size of the secondary tower is a bit disappointing, the large Clock Tower rooms more than make up for it. I decided to co-opt the DADA space as the new Prefect's Bathroom, which in my opinion looks much better, and allows the beautiful stained-glass window to be the main focus of the room. It also looks great when viewed through the tall window on the exterior! Using the new accessories and stickers, I've had fun supplementing my existing (and more movie-accurate) Dumbledore’s Tower from the 2010 Hogwarts Castle set (4842) and DADA classroom. I’ve even gone so far as to decorate my Great Hall for the Yule Ball, using the tables, Christmas tree, and icy arches; I love it so much, I might just leave it like this year-round! Aside from the Clock Tower itself, the eight unique minifigures are reason enough to buy this set. It’s great to have some new characters like Madame Maxime, Fleur Delacour, Cedric Diggory, and Viktor Krum in addition to the usual Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Dumbledore, and it’s a lot of fun seeing everyone in their dress robes. While it annoys me that LEGO is continuing their trend of giving the Trio stubby legs, which makes them hard to integrate with earlier minifigures, the plain black legs on Ron and Harry are easy to swap out for longer ones. A fun set whether you’re an old hand at the LEGO Harry Potter series or are just discovering it, I absolutely recommend it!
Date published: 2019-07-29
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